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Day 30 of 31 Days

Hello! This is going to be a very short post, as I am about to lose power any second. This image is brand spankin' new from Dilly Beans. She's called Mimi's Witch Costume Framed. I <3 her....="her...." p="p">

I colored her with watercolor markers and Copics. I did the background in glitter. 

Again, my purples look like crap. 

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DonnaMundinger said…
Sooo cute! Love the colors and the glitter background and ribbon. Stay safe, Sweetie! xxD
Pam S. said…
THe coloring is great and I love the glittery background. Thanks for sharing a part of you and your art.
You are the Dilly Beans QUEEN!! Such a fabulous creation!
Sharon Sahl said…
Personally, I love the bluer purples so she looks amazing to me. I hope you get your power back quickly!!!
Very cute. Like the spiderweb across the bottom.

Hope you get your power back soon. Be safe.
Unknown said…
she is so cute looks awesome
hugs xxx
~Lady B~ said…
Cute as can be! I know you are without power now. I hope you and your family are safe and I hope Rhi gets to feeling better fast. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I hope your power is restored quickly!
She's toooo cute and I love your colours!
Julia said…
Great image and love your colors.
KC said…
she is a cutie! I hope you are ok! I'm glad you posted today I was worried!
I have so enjoyed the adorable designs!
Steph said…
Wonderful card, love the glitter! I hope all is ok with you and your family.
ScrappingBeauty said…
Sparkly! I like the glittery background.
LisaVeronica said…
What a cutie ! thank you for all the wonderful inspiration during the 31days! :) x
LisaVeronica said…
What a cutie ! thank you for all the wonderful inspiration during the 31days! :) x
KristyLee said…
I dont think your purples look like crap. Love your card and the glitter BG!!
Awesome, I love the image and that cobweb ribbon is gorgeous
Lindsay xx

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